Squad members, lead by Hanley, run into a young women. She is, however, mentally scarred, and seeks to return to where she feels safe. She runs back there, and when Hanley goes to get her he finds out the place is now in German hands.

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Sgt. Saunders (credit only)
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Annette
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Squad members, lead by Hanley, run into a young women. She is, however, mentally scarred, and seeks to return to where she feels safe. She runs back there, and when Hanley goes to get her he finds out the place is now in German hands.

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17 March 1964 (USA)  »

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Annette brings her hand to her lips when Lt. Hanley hits the German soldier with his rifle butt. Then Lt. Hanley unties her hands, which are tied behind her back. See more »

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Anjanette Comer is Unbeatable in this Role
5 July 2014 | by (Mesa, AZ USA) – See all my reviews

"Weep No More" is an extremely moving episode of WWII drama portraying the effects of war and oppression on a French family when the Germans move into their town and take over. The only alternative was to run to heaven knows where.

Anjanette Comer puts on an absolutely superb performance as Annette, a daughter in total shock and denial over what she has seen and experienced. Think about how difficult it is to carry the story and never utter one word - brilliant.

Lieutenant Hanley is the only one she'll respond to and it's extremely touching to see Annette attempting to communicate with him. All she displays is raw emotion - fear, shock, joy, and at times simply living in a vacuum of denial all her own.

After running the Germans out of her house, Hanley and squad forcibly bring Annette to a medical aid station. After a long sleep, she runs away back to her home where she is living in a world all her own, carrying on as if nothing had happened. Hanley returns to Annette's house and does a great job looking out for her.

Ed Lakso's screen writing is outstanding in that the plot is well carried out with a minimum of actual Combat scenes. Considering Annette's opening sequence, her reaction to the squad, and the fact the Germans were just driven out of her house by the Americans, it's implied the Germans are responsible for her devastation.

Closeups by director Ted Post capture the action extremely well, especially the raw emotion of Annette.

Even the German's know she's out of her mind and one would think they would clearly know why. What war and murder can do to a gentle soul.

Ted Knight is excellent as the German Sergeant and it's ironic he was a decorated American WWII veteran.

Weep No More can bring the sensitive to tears. Excellent episode!


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